Hey Tyler, you may have fixed this by now, but in case you haven’t:
Your problem would be simpler if you were just trying to pull data from Airtable to Postgres. For that, you could use an ETL solution like Fivetran or Airbyte (open source). If you’re a no-code guy, you could maybe even do it with Zapier.
However, it sounds like your problem is bidirectional: moving data to and from Airtable & Postgres. For this, you either need to cobble two solutions – ETL & reverse ETL – or you can use something like Bracket (https://www.usebracket.com/) which does bidirectional syncing between Airtable and Postgres.
Hope that helps!